|PAWNBROKER (standard:poetry, 87 words)|
|Author: rtpoet||Added: Nov 14 2000||Views/Reads: 2263/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Poem of the infamous pawnbroker, the seedy side of society|
PAWNBROKER THE PAWNBROKER A MAN OF LICENSE WHO FEEDS OFF LOWLY DEEDS AND DRINKS FROM THE WELL OF THIEVERY. THE PAWN MAN HAS A HISTORY FULL OF MYSTERY NO DOUBT WOVE BY HIS OWN INSIDIOUS MIND. HIS WARES BY SOME STANDARDS ARE A TREASURE WITHOUT MEASURE A DISTINCTION PROPOSED I SUPPOSE BY THE MAN HIMSELF. BUT AS CERTAIN AS THE TREASURES HIDDEN IN DUSTY BINS OR LOCKED VAULTS WITHIN IT'S STILL AS CERTAIN WHEN MYSTERY DEBUNKED BEHIND THE CURTAIN IS A ROOM FULL OF JUNK. copyright 1999 Tweet
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